Intergenerational Programs : Past,Present And Future
By: Newman, Sally.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014Description: 1 online resource (264 p.).ISBN: 9781317711568.Subject(s): Age groups -- United States | Intergenerational relations -- United States | Social work with children -- United States | Social work with older people -- United States | United States -- Social policyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Intergenerational Programs : Past,Present And FutureDDC classification: 305.2 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Preface; I RATIONALE FOR INTERGENERATIONAL PROGRAMS; 1 Developmental Theories as the Basis for Intergenerational Programs; Family Roots; Understanding Human Growth; Building Intergenerational Theory; An Overview of Significant or Prominent Human Growth Theories; Implications for Intergenerational Practice; Conclusion; 2 The Context of Intergenerational Programs; Social, Demographic, and Cultural Changes; Political and Ideological Trends; Social Problems; Conclusion
3 Social Issues Addressed by Intergenerational ProgramsThe Need for Safety and Security; The Need for Care; The Need for Stability; The Need for Quality Education; The Need to Be Productive; The Need for Contact Between Generations; Conclusion; II BACKGROUND AND DESCRIPTIONS OF INTERGENERATIONAL PROGRAMS; 4 History and Evolution of Intergenerational Programs; Intergenerational Programs; Publications; Networking; Professionalism; Funding; Chronology; Conclusion; 5 Types and Models of Intergenerational Programs; Older Adults Serving Children and Youth; Children and Youth Serving Older Adults
Children, Youth, and Older Adults Serving TogetherConclusion; 6 Program Profiles; Older Adults Serving Children and Youth; Children and Youth Serving Older Adults; Children, Youth, and Older Adults Serving Together; A Hybrid Program: Children, Youth, and Older Adults Serving Each Other; Conclusion; III RESEARCH AND EVALUATION OF INTERGENERATIONAL PROGRAMS; 7 Evaluation of Intergenerational Programs; Evaluation and Research: Not Always Distinct; Challenges of Evaluation and Research; Evaluation; Strategies; Components of Evaluation; Cases and Examples; Resources
8 Research on Intergenerational ProgramsAreas of Research; Measures; Future Research; IV PUBLIC POLICY AND THE FUTURE OF INTERGENERATIONAL PROGRAMS; 9 Intergenerational Programs and Public Policy: A Context for Growth and Change; An Environment for Growth; Challenges for Intergenerational Programs Within the Current Policy Environment; The Status of Intergenerational Programs; 10 Intergenerational Approaches to Public Policy: Trends and Challenges; The Reemergence of Intergenerational Voices in the Policy Arena; Promoting Citizenship and Community; 11 The Future
Current Status of Intergenerational ProgramsAn Intergenerational Human Service Field-Projections for the Next Decade; Intergenerational Programs: Becoming a Creditable Human Service Field; The Intergenerational Field: A Part of American Social Structure; Conclusion; References; Appendix; Section 1: Finding and Assessing Intergenerational Program Resources; Section 2: Organizations; Section 3: Intergenerational Program Resources; Index
First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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